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Asia market: potential of Russian oil and gas exports to the East

Asia market: potential of Russian oil and gas exports to the East

It has become commonplace to believe that Asia will drive the world consumption of hydrocarbons. So, what are the real opportunities Asian markets provide? Is Russia capable of competing successfully on Asian oil and gas markets? This new report issued by NESF attempts to find answers to these questions.

The report elaborates on the following issues:

  • The situation on oil markets of major Asian countries:

    • China, Japan, India, South Korea, and other states
    • Domestic production, imports, prospects of demand, and key suppliers
  • Russia’s place among major oil exporters to the Asia Pacific region

    • Supplies of Russian oil to China: structure of contracts
    • Advantages of oil supplies from Russia over oil imports from the Middle East and Africa
    • Dynamics and prospects of Russian exports
  • Natural gas demand in Asia

    • The potential of imports of piped gas and LNG
    • Medium-term demand for gas in China, Japan, South Korea, India, and other countries
  • China’s market

    • Prospects of domestic shale production
    • Gas imports from Central Asia, expected LNG supplies
  • Main gas suppliers to Asia:

    • Qatar, Malaysia, the USA, and Australia
    • Where will new waves of LNG supplies come from, and what will be their size?
    • Strengths and weaknesses of gas exporters
  • Russia’s proposal

    • The real situation around piped gas exports to China
    • Prospects of LNG projects; possible amount of Russian LNG exports to Asia
    • Pros and cons of Russian projects
  • What will happen next?

    • In every segment of our report, you will find our view on medium-term developments in the Asian oil and gas market, and understanding of the future level of demand and supply of hydrocarbons

Contents of the report:

Major oil exporters & importers: General outlook 3
Top oil consumers in Asia 6
China 6
India 11
Japan 13
South Korea 15
Taiwan 17
Other Asia 18
Russia's place among the largest oil suppliers to the Asia-Pacific region 20
Global gas market outlook to 2030 23
Overview of Global LNG Market Role of Asia-Pacific 26
Top LNG consumers in Asia 32
China 32
Japan 38
South Korea 40
India 42
Taiwan 45
Other Asia 47
Top LNG exporters to Asia 49
Qatar 49
Australia 50
Malaysia 52
Russia 54
USA 64
Appendix 1: Australian Liquefaction Capacities List 67
Appendix 2: Unit conversion table 69
Date of release: April 17, 2017

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